Trips and Guides

Teaching Abroad Tips: What to Bring

If you’re thinking about how you’d like to teach English overseas, you certainly aren’t alone. You can get paid and travel at the same time, all while getting some great photos and meeting incredible people that will be in your life forever. That being said, there are some practical details that you need to focus on when you are considering the journey overseas. Particularly, how…
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12 Best ESL Classroom Games to Engage Your Students

For many people, Teaching English as a Second Language (ESL) is such a rewarding opportunity. It really allows you to try out different approaches to language learners of all ages.  As you can imagine, playing games is the best way to not only help young ones learn, but to…
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How to Become an ESL Teacher?

There are a lot of people out there that want to learn how to become an ESL teacher. ESL jobs are only getting more and more popular as the world’s population looks at learning English. An ESL teacher has the responsibility of teaching English to students of all ages who…
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Teaching Abroad: 7 Things You Should Know Before Jetting Off

Now that our world is so global, connecting with others in language is even more important than ever. Many countries are eager to learn to speak English as a second language which is why there are so many teaching opportunities around the world. If you’ve grown tired of your current industry, want to do something different, or see more of the world, teaching abroad is an excellent choice.
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ESL Teacher Resume: The Ultimate Guide [With Template]

Applying to become an ESL teacher overseas is an excellent opportunity, but knowing how to present yourself in front of potential employers can be challenging for a lot of first-time ESL teachers. One of the things that presents you as a potential candidate is your ESL resume. Although there’s no absolutely right or wrong way of writing your ESL resume, you want to tailor it towards being…
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Useful Tips for Your ESL Job Interview

Got an ESL job interview soon? Read on. China is one of the countries that need English teachers the most, and while the chances are high for qualified candidates to be be accepted for any of the open positions, you will still want to be fully prepared for the interview that you will need to do. After all, a successful interview is the best starting point of any careers including teaching English…
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